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Animal Farm

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An animated film from 1999 based on the famous novel by George Orwell. Animals on a farm lead a revolution against the farmers to put their destiny in their own hands. However this revolution eats their own children and they cannot avoid corruption.

Directed by: John Stephenson

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Who Stars in Animal Farm

Kelsey Grammer
Snowball (voice)

Kelsey Grammer

Ian Holm
Squealer (voice)

Ian Holm

Julia Louis-Dreyfus
Mollie (voice)

Julia Louis-Dreyfus

Julia Ormond
Jessie (voice)

Julia Ormond

Pete Postlethwaite
Benjamin (voice) / Farmer Jones (voice)

Pete Postlethwaite

Paul Scofield
Boxer (voice)

Paul Scofield


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Images related to Animal Farm

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Animal Farm small poster
Animal Farm small poster
Animal Farm small backdrop
Animal Farm small backdrop

Production

Animal Farm Productions Ltd.

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Turner Network Television

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Sonar Entertainment


Facts

Status
Released

Release Date
1999-10-03

Original Language
English

Runtime
1 hr 31 mins

Budget
$ 23,000,000.00 (Estimated)

Genres
Family Drama Comedy

Keywords
revolution human being pig farm battle for power theory constitution right and justice thinking


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